ClubTest 2022: 3 new PXG hybrids tested and reviewed
Courtesy of PXG
This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test, making use of a state-of-the-art swing robot to put each club through its paces. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of three new PXG hybrid models.
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PXG HYBRID REVIEWS
We tested: 19˚, 22˚, 25˚, 28˚
Our take: No matter what lie you draw, PXG’s 0211 hybrids can help you escape with consistency and confidence. “The black matte finish looks great, and the club delivers a soft, solid strike on contact,” said a tester. “But for me, a hybrid shows its true mettle when you’re in trouble. I purposely played from some hairy lies, and the 0211 came through like a champ.” That’s all you can ask for in a solid hybrid.
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PXG 0211 hybrid
The details: The defining feature of the 0211 hybrid is the oversize square face design, which helps not only with consistently clean contact, but also shoots the ball off the face with incredible speed. These hybrids are versatile and forgiving, with a crown construction designed for durability and mass reduction. The club is a visual stunner as well, with an aesthetically striking, modern appearance.
PXG 0211 Z
We tested: 25°
Our take: The PXG 0211 Z hybrid makes hitting hybrids a breeze. These clubs are engineered for maximum forgiveness, and with a squared face design, low-profile head shape and larger face area, you’ll have the confidence of a tour pro standing over the ball.
PXG 0211 Z wood set
The details: The 0211 Z hybrid has a high-strength HT1770 face, and internal weighting that’s made for maximum forgiveness and ball speed.
PXG 0317 X
We tested: 17°, 19°, 22°, 25°, 28°
Our take: Hybrids typically aren’t know for their bells and whistles, but that’s not the case for the 0317 X hybrid. Building off the 0317 proto hybrid that launched last year, the Gen4 model has plenty of tech that makes them easy to hit and get optimal distance. “The ball flight feels penetrating,” one tester said. “The alignment aid is eye-catching, but when you put a ball down, it frames it against the green grass really well. For as much loft as it looks like it has, the ball flight penetrates.”
PXG 0317 X hybrid
The details: Just like the fairway woods of the same generation, these hybrids have bodies made of AM355 steel, while the faces are crafted from thin HT1770 steel. The 0317 X hybrid also has two weight ports in the sole to create either draw bias or lower spin.